The neural system of language: structure and development.

  title={The neural system of language: structure and development.},
  author={Anna Christina Nobre and Kim Plunkett},
  journal={Current opinion in neurobiology},
  volume={7 2},
Recent neuroimaging and neuropsychological research in adults and infants suggests that the neural system for language is widely distributed and shares organizational principles with other cognitive systems in the brain. Connectionist modelling has clarified that networks operating with associative mechanisms can display properties typically associated with genetically predetermined and dedicated symbolic functions. 

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